(image credit) Made another curry tonight, from this recipe. Was a little boring — probably the least tasty thing I’ve made so far. My first time cooking with mustard seeds. Was indeed cool to see how small they were, and heating them until they popped was pretty fun 🙂
(image by the author, CC0) Been eating lots of heavy recipes lately and not many vegetables, so made a lighter lunch. As per Wikpedia: Chaat or chat is a savoury snack that originated in India, typically served as an hors d’oeuvre at roadside tracks from stalls or food carts across the Indian subcontinent in India,Continue reading “Lobia Chaat / Black Eyed Peas Chaat”
(image credit) My family loves sweet smoky BBQ, so they are really enjoying this Texas Bean Bake With Ground Beef. Used black-eyed peas (cooked in slow cooker) and a can of pinto beans and a can of “baked beans” (I forgot to look what kind they were). I’ll be making it again!
(image credit) Yesterday I made some West African black-eyed pea fritters. Used this recipe for Akara (aka Accara) with Kanni (this recipe) on the side. Very tasty, rave reviews from everyone. Was a bit challenging to make. I used too much water in the batter, I cut the onions too big, and my oil wasContinue reading “Akara (Nigerian black-eyed pea Fritters)”
(images by author, CC0) Ok I said I wasn’t going to make up any recipes but, well, lo and behold I did. I was planning to make Pretty Black Eyed Pea Cake today on New Years Day but I made so may subs along the way it turned into its own recipe. The making ofContinue reading “Lucky New Years Creative Cake”
(image credit) The traditional Southern prep for black-eyed peas is with ham, corn bread, and collard greens. Collard greens are pretty hard to find in Vancouver so skipped those (could have substituted with kale I guess but substituted with eating more chocolate instead). I picked this black-eyed peas recipe because not only do I wantContinue reading “Dave’s Georgia Black Eyed Peas”
(image credit) And it has begun! What a great start. I made a black-eyed pea curry for lunch today, on Dec 31 2020. Seemed reasonable to cheat ahead on 2021 and get the lucky foods cooking ASAP! Spoiler: delicious. Recipe: Spiced Black-Eyed Peas with Curry Leaves at saveur.com. Prep I made it as listed, withContinue reading “Spiced Black-Eyed Peas with Curry Leaves”
Black-eyed peas are traditionally eaten on New Years Day for good luck. The start of 2021 needs all the help it can get: I’m going to eat them all month. Here we go!